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Notary Trust Registry Ensures Trust and Validation by Authenticating Electronically Notarized Documents From Any Provider

With Notary Trust Registry, Users Can Ensure That Any Electronically Notarized Documents They Have Received Are Real and Can be Trusted
    IRVINE, CA, August 19, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Notary Trust Registry is a one of a kind resource, and the first to facilitate instant validation and authentication for electronically notarized documents and the notarial act. The service is designed to create trust and provide instant validation for electronically notarized documents related to both professional e-notary providers and independent e-notaries.

One of the main issues with electronically notarized documents is that there is no sure-fire way of knowing whether or not they really are actual e-notarized documents by simply looking at them. Even if a document has been e-stamped or has a digital certificate, it doesn't mean anything until and unless it can be or has been independently verified that it is real, as this process that can be very time consuming and expense for all parties involved. Additionally, digital certificates or digital signatures can easily be impersonated, removed and replaced, or attacked using various methods by those wanting to commit fraud.

Notary Trust Registry has been designed with a simple and easy to use approach, and it creates the trust and validation necessary for all types of e-notarized documents. E-notary providers, independent e-notaries and other companies that create e-notarized documents can upload the basic Metadata about every e-notarized act they create on Notary Trust Registry, and this information can be accessed by the Federal, State, County or Local government institutions and companies such as banks, lenders, investors, etc. to instantly validate the event and document. To keep the information safe and maintain its integrity, the Registry has strict security regulations and guidelines, and no private data is collected in the registry. A unique security key and login details are provided to every user for sending or accessing the registry data.

To enhance the level of trust and peace of mind, a fingerprint of the document or its unique Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA) digest is also added with the metadata, which can be compared to verify that the document is real and trustworthy. The name, commission info and other relevant data of the notary is also available in the registry.

The registry is currently free to use, and adding or accessing the e-notarized data can easily be done by utilizing both the SOAP and REST based protocols. Members also have the control to easily and quickly integrate the registry into any existing web or client based applications.

For more information about the registry and full documentation, please visit

The Notary Trust Registry because is a centrally trusted and neutral registry that ensures, maintains, and creates trust for authentication of all types of e-notarized documents. The free resource can be used by e-notary providers, independent e-notaries and other companies to upload basic Metadata about their e-notarized documents and this information can be accessed by the Federal, State, County or Local government institutions and companies such as banks, lenders, investors etc. to instantly validate the authenticity of the document. A secure key is provided to every member to protect all information and maintain the integrity of the registry that are being submitted.

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Darcy Mayer
Notary Trust Registry

Irvine, CA
Voice: 714-696-8290
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